Canada wins bronze in British global immigration study

On February 28, the British Council and the Migration Policy Group published a study that ranked Canada third in the world for its policies on immigrant integration. The study compared Canada to 29 other countries, including all European Union member states as well as Norway, Switzerland, and the United States.[Read More…]

Supreme Court Justice talks booze and the constitution

Matt Essert The Honourable Justice Morris J. Fish delivered the annual F.R. Scott Lecture on Thursday in Chancellor Day Hall, discussing alcohol’s effect on development of the Canadian Constitution.   Fish received a B.A. from McGill University in 1959 and a B.C.L from the Faculty of Law in 1962. He[Read More…]

Senator and poli sci professor discuss Senate reform

Ryan Reisert Ryan Reisert Canadian Senator Serge Joyal joined Richard Schultz, chair of McGill’s political science department, in a panel discussion on Thursday about the Canadian government’s plans for Senate reform.   The Harper government has introduced two bills on the issue: one bill proposes an eight-year maximum term for[Read More…]

Ryerson program to help NHLers

Ryerson University and the National Hockey League Alumni have teamed up to move coaching from the locker room to the classroom. The new “BreakAway Program” offers current and retired hockey players the opportunity to enhance their business education for success off the ice by covering topics of finance, leadership, privacy[Read More…]

Evidence of climate change washing up on Arctic shores Science Outreach’s Cutting Edge Lectures welcomed the University of Alberta’s Professor Marianne Douglas to McGill’s Redpath Museum last Thursday to present her research on climatic warming in the Canadian High Arctic. Her recent research suggests that environmental warming is occurring at an alarming rate in certain arctic regions.  [Read More…]

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